In the midst of the Gyanvapi case, lyricist Manoj Muntashir has written a poem that is becoming increasingly viral. Vishva Hindu Parishad spokesperson Vinod Bansal has shared the video of this poem on Twitter, in which Manoj is reciting the poem ‘Masjid hai ya shivala, stone testi denge’. Apart from this, Manoj asks about the Mughal rulers in the poem: ‘Why did Babur send Ram into exile, why was Kashi destroyed?’
The lines of this poem by Manoj Muntashir are like this. Whether it is a mosque or a Shivala, he will tell the truth, he will ask when the court, the stone will testify. We hooked up Kyle, you’re an expert at breaking up, you considered the guest, you cheated on us. Just tell me why the dagger went down the back, why did Somnath break? Why was Mathura destroyed, what was Shankar’s crime?
Political turmoil began with this poem. One section accuses him of throwing poison. So there are many people praising his poetry. We tell you that Manoj wears a green shirt while he reads the poem. In which one user wrote: “Why green shirt? Why not wear a saffron shirt?” Amar Kumar Saxena wrote: “Babar” had driven Ram ji into exile. Do you call yourself a poet?
Let us tell you that this is not the first time that Manoj Muntashir has written such a poem. Even before this, Manoj had written a poem, the name of which was ‘Whose descendant are you?’. In which Manoj had said many things about the Mughals, which the people strongly opposed.
Let us tell you that the Gyanvapi Masjid issue is hot at the moment. The hearing was completed in the court of District Judge Ajay Kumar Vishwesh. The court has ordered the next hearing on this matter on May 30. On May 26, the Muslim side started the debate, but it could not be completed. On May 30, again at 2 o’clock, the Muslim side will keep their point.
How did the controversy start? The Shringar Gauri temple in Varanasi is present in the Gyanvapi Mosque complex. So five women named Rekha Pathak, Sita Sahu, Lakshmi Devi and Manju Vyas and Rakhi Singh filed a petition with the court in August last year. In which he asked permission to worship daily at the Ringar Gauri temple. In this case, the Varanasi Civil Court issued an order on April 26. In which it was requested that an inspection of the Shringar Gauri temple be carried out on May 6 and 7 in the presence of both parties.